This season's wide receiver group will look much different for the Green Bay Packers after Jordy Nelson was let go and the team drafted three new receivers in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Nelson's release was one of the biggest moves this NFL offseason (he later signed with former Packers executive and current Oakland Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie), but the move ushered in a wave of new faces.
First, the team signed Jimmy Graham at tight end, although Graham is essentially a big-bodied receiver.
Speaking of big-bodied receivers, the Packers drafted three of them in this year's NFL Draft: J'Mon Moore, Equanimeous St. Brown, and Marquez Valdes-Scantling. Moore is 6'3", Valdes-Scantling is 6'4", and St. Brown at 6'5" is the tallest of the trio.
Video: Bill Huber / Packer Report.